Freedom Now, Vol. 3, No. 2, March-April 1967

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This document is the second issue of the third volume of Freedom Now, a mini-magazine dedicated to issues of racial inequality through a Christian perspective. It is the result of the small-scale collaboration between a husband-and-wife team (the Alexanders) and their friends. Articles in the issue discuss the need for racial tolerance, especially in the many segregated American churches. The articles also support racial equality by using Biblical excerpts as justification for change. Fred and John Alexander were the first editors of Freedom Now, which later became The Other Side.
Table of Contents
  • "Too Hot to Handle," p.3
  • "Sex and Segregation," p.4
  • "'What can we do?,'" p.6
  • "Children Don't Know Any Better," p.7
  • "An Open Letter," p.8
  • "The Bible and Racial Intermarriage," p.10
  • "Letters," p.13
  • "Thinking," p.15


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Document Description: 10-page photocopy of a mini-magazine issue; located in PLT Archive folder "Freedom Now; Issues; Jan/Feb 1967; Mar/Apr 1967; May/June 1967; July/Aug 1967; Sept/Oct 1967". 

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